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and devoted and i think that says a lot about donald. i will say this about hillary: she doesn't quit, she doesn't give up. i respect that. now at 5:30 the only friendly part of the face-off was at the end. but its what happened at the beginning that let you know the second presidential debate would be a tense one. were starting off the work week with a lot of sunshine and an increase in temperatures. in fact, well be about 10 above yesterday, with highs near 70. cloud cover will return late this afternoon and evening. well drop to the mid 50s overnight. although we may see a few isolated showers tomorrow, the best chance for rain returns wednesday. that will be our next cold front - and highs will be back down into the 50s by thursday. today: mostly sunny
dewpoint: 49 wind: s 5-15 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 54 dewpoint: 50 wind: s 3-8 mph angelica adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays a multi-billion dollar beer company merger is finalized today budweiser maker anheuser-busch inbev's takeover of s-a-b miller becomes official deandra corinthios is li milwaukee with what this means for workers in our area. the merger involves one of the parent companies of millercoors...... but a millercoors spokesman says business will continue as usual here in milwaukee. investors approved $103 billion dollar plan at the end of last month. the merger will be approved overseas today-and then tomorrow in the u-s because today is columbus
maker behind budweiser and other brands. s-a-b-miller has co-owned millercoors with molson coors since 2008. as part of the merger deal, s-a-b- miller is selling its portion of millercoors to molson coors, which will now become the sole owner of the company. for milwaukee: brands like miller lite, miller high life, leinenkugel's and blue moon will continue to be brewed in miller valley. this is because there's not much overlap between molson coors and mil control almost a third of the global beer market. reporting live in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news fiery debate. hillary clinton and donald trump go head to head in saint louis.. and the tension was apparent from the moment they stepped on stage. political reporter theo keith has more. debate number 2 started without
questions about lewd and sexually aggressive comments he made in 2005 that surfaced friday. cooper: that is sexual assault. trump: no i didnt say that at all. this was locker room talk. im not proud of it. anderson cooper repeatedly asked trump if he had groped women, and trump eventually said he had not. here was how hillary clinton addressed the trump comments. i think its clear to anyone who heard it he istrump then went after bill clinton, bringing up accusations from four women about clinton's sexual transgressions. if you look at bill clinton, far worse. theres no one in the history of politics in this nation so abusive to women. when they go low, you go highthe conversation eventually turned to clinton's state department
careless" with classified information, but didn't recommend charges. if i win, ill instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law of this country youd be in jail audience gasps 15we knew it was going to be this kind before the debate, held a news conference with paula jones, juanita broaddrick and two other bill clinton accusers. in the newsroom tk fox6news. who do you think won the debate? we've posted a poll on the home page of our website fox6 now dot com. you can also watch the debate in its entirety on our facebook page. that's facebook dot com slash fox six news. a violent weekend in milwaukee as police investigate several homicides.
police say these three men were involved in a deadly shooting in front of "comments nighctlub" early yesterday morning. a 32-year-old man was found suffering a "very serious" gunshot wound. he didn't make it. if you recognize any of those men-- please give police a call. a shotspotter call alerts police to another homicide overnight sunday. they were responding to 27th and hope around one this morning when they found a man in his 20s suffering from a gunshot wound. that victim died on the scene. police are still investigating the circumstanc that shooting. meanwhile-- an autopsy will be performed today on a missing man who was found dead over the weekend. the body of 65-year-old donald lewis was found at the young urban jazz cafe saturday. that's where he was last seen. police say they do have a person in custody in connection with his death. one man is dead and his wife-- fighting for her life after a home invasion. what we know about the suspects in custody. 17 catholic priests around the world will soon become cardinals.
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we've got a warm and sunny day in store - before clouds return tonight. don't go anywhere. meteorologist rachael kaye has a look at your forecast coming up. two suspects-- wanted for a murder in massachusetts-- are arrested in virginia. police say 23-year-old joshua hart and 27-year-old brittany smith are being held without bond. the pair are accused of killing a 95 year old man and severely injuring his 75
in says the suspects also stole the elderly couple's car... which was also found in virginia. hart and smith face several charges, including murder, home invasion and conspiracy. in new york -- delays are expected today after a train derailment over the weekend. 33 people were injured when a commuter train and work train performing track maintenance were traveling in the same direction and side- swiped each other. 600 people were on the commuter train at the time of the derailment. crews began removing undamaged cars from the s hyde park yesterday. the national transportation safety board continues to investigate. pope francis-- announcing 17 catholic priests will soon be elevated to cardinals. when it will be made official and what it means for their future. a caledonia firefighter -- battling more than just fires... how the community is coming together to help him out. go pack go! packers kick off a three week homestand with a big win against
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were starting off the work week with a lot of sunshine and an increase in temperatures. in fact, well be about 10 above yesterday, with highs near 70. cloud cover will return late this aftern drop to the mid 50s overnight. although we may see a few isolated showers tomorrow, the best chance for rain returns wednesday. that will be our next cold front - and highs will be back down into the 50s by thursday. today: mostly sunny and warm. clouds increase in the evening. high: 69 dewpoint: 49 wind: s 5-15 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 54 dewpoint: 50 wind: s 3-8 mph traffic check red on traffic map
traffic map = no delays green on traffic map = no delays nearly 100 babies in milwaukee die each year.... but mayor tom barrett and commissioner of health bevan baker are working to change that... they visited area churches yesterday -- explaining the importance of the strong baby sabbath. with churches being a cornerstone in neighborhoods, the collaboration allows for the faith community to reach new mothers particularly in certain households. he's the one who's usually organizing fundraisers at the caledonia fire department. now one firefighter is getting a little help of his own. a benefit was held yesterday for jeff erickson -- a 16 year veteran of the fire department who was recently diagnosed with leukemia. the fundraiser at
all of the proceeds are going toward erickson's medical costs. pope francis is elevating 17-catholic priests to the rank of cardinal. the list includes three americans, who will officially become cardinals on november 19-th. they are archbishops blase cupich of chicago and joseph william tobin of indianapolis... as well as dallas bishop kevin joseph farrell.they'll receive their new "consistory." the news comes just two years after cupich was named archbishop of chicago.he says a friend called him yesterday morning to give him the good news. "i got a phone call from someone in rome -- who is a friend who lives there-- telling me it was just announced at the holy father's sunday mass. so while i guess i didn't mind being awakened, i surely missed the 2 hours that i was hoping to get.
cardinals are under the age of eighty. they will be eligible to enter the conclave that will choose the pope's successor. toss to rachael were starting off the work week with a lot of sunshine and an increase in temperatures. in fact, well be about 10 above yesterday, with highs near 70. cloud cover and evening. well drop to the mid 50s overnight. although we may see a few isolated showers tomorrow, the best chance for rain returns wednesday. that will be our next cold front - and highs will be back down into the 50s by thursday. today: mostly sunny and warm. clouds increase in the evening. high: 69 dewpoint: 49 wind: s 5-15 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 54 dewpoint: 50 wind: s 3-8 mph
up the good people of palmyra. the packers offense looked sluggish-but the defense was terrific and the giants fell at lambeau, 23-16. let's hope eddie lacy and randall are ok. opening drive..16 plays...75 yards. the final 2 yards--aaron rodgers to jordy nelson--5th td in 4 yards..beauty.. 14-3. but aaron averaged less than 6 yards a completion..just 23-45. odell beckham 8 yard td catch-his first of the year. 23-16 eli manning was erratic. lacy gained 81 yards on 11 carries then left with an ankle injury. need a first down cobb 9 catches 108 yards..banged up on the big first down cvatch. the packers improve to 3 and 1
vikings and sam bradford may be the surprise of the league so far! sam bradford and company toyed with the houston texans. adam thielen-subbing for injured ste-fan' diggs-caught a td and finished with a career-high 127 yards in a 31-13 rout minnesota's 5 and oh! bradford looks like an early mvp candidate! marcus sher' uls returned a punt 79 yar coach mike zimmer's defense was devastatiing again, holding houston to 214 total yards. to indy-where the bears had the colts on the ropes at indy. brian hoyer solid in his 3rd straight start. 24 yards to jordan howard; chicago led 23-19 with 7 minutes left. but andrew luck found t.y. hilton on a 35 yard scoring strike. the bears bow, 29-23. they fall to 1 and 4. the lions got a kick and a pick to hand coach doug peterson's eagles their first loss. matt prater kicks a 29 yard field goal with a minute and a half to go. for a 24-23 lead. rookie quarterback carson wentz tastes defeat for the first time after 3 wins. darius slay with the over the shoulder interception. detroit's won 2 in a row after dropping the first 3. it'll be an agonizing offseason for jonathan lucroy. the ex brewers catcher
oldest fans-- and she has the scorecard meeting the 102-year-old superfan who knows all the numbers of the game. a bald eagle almost becomes roadkill in california. how the driver rescued the bird from the grill of his car. and we are still pumped this morning after last night's big win for the packers! we're continuing our coverage from lambeau field ahead at
wakeup news. a bald eagle is lucky to be alive after getting stuck in the grill of a car in florida. it happened saturday in clay county --- one of the communities affected by hurricane matthew. the bald eagle was rescued after the driver pulled over and called for help. clay county sheriff's deputies and fire rescue workers turned the eagle over to a wildlife bird sanctuary. their "i do's" during hurricane matthew. mandi and michael derr had planned their wedding on bald head island, north carolina.but they were told the event had to be scrapped because of the hurricane. so the couple moved the wedding to the nearby wilmington... and they exchanged their vows as the city was being flooded saturday. the rain stopped during their reception and the entire wedding party went out into the flooded streets.
"you know when they get up to bat, they haven't got an angry look. they smile. they get up like they're going to do their jobs, and i think that's what keeps me going with them." loretta is her name, and baseball is her game... at 102-years old, she may be one the chicago cubs' oldest and most loyal fans. every batter. right down to the pitch count. she has scorecards from as far back as '63. if she missed a game, she'd use the newspaper box score to fill in the blanks. the cubs take on the san francisco giants tonight in
a very big announcement this morning. comedian jim gaffigan has announced a fourth show in milwaukee. and even cooler - proceeds will be going to help a great cause here in the city. "ill be doing a show at the pabst theater where all the proceeds will go to benefit the riverwest food pantry. that's right -- so 100-percent of ticket sales from gaffigan's fourth show will be going to the riverwest food pantry. all three other shos out. the fourth will take place december 30th at 10 p-m. you can only purchase tickets through the food pantry's website...tickets go on sale wednesday. for all the details go to fox6 now dot com. all anchors chat/toss to 6am
trump says: "that was locker room talk. i'm not proud of it." clinton says: "everyone can draw their own conclusions at this point about whether the man in the video or the man on the women." addressing controversies. what the presidential candidates had to say about the audio recording of trump that was released ahead of the debate..and the new controversy clinton faces. also this morning...making it official. how two of the world's biggest brewers plan to merge. good morning and welcome to